Sep 12 2002 by admin
WHITE HALL – Admiral Thomas H. Collins, U.S.
Sep 12 2002 by Sharon Knight
A tractor-trailer rig loaded with lumber overturned as it was headed down Ramsey Mountain on Wednesday, spilling its load and destroying the “Welcome to Batesville” sign.
Sep 12 2002 by David Kravets
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – A convicted killer who co-founded the Crips street gang and later became a Nobel Peace Prize nominee has been cleared for execution by a federal appeals court.
Northcentral Arkansas Development Council Inc., in Batesville will be distributing commodities at the office on Ninth and Oak streets, beginning at 9 a.m. Tuesday, according to a news release.
By Jenny Marberry
Associated Press Writer
A preliminary autopsy report on a Batesville man found dead at his residence Saturday revealed the man died of carbon monoxide poisoning, Capt.
NEWPORT – A cornfield maze in the shape of a mallard will open Friday just south of Newport, said owner Jim Burton.
STRAWBERRY – The River Valley School Board will discuss a library roof estimate at tonight’s meeting, which will be at 8 in the superintendent’s office.
“Menopause Myths & Facts – What Every Woman Should Know” will be presented from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the White River Medical Center Collier Annex education classroom.
The River City Kiwanis Club will meet at 6 tonight at Bonanza in Batesville.
Tom Martin will speak about Old Independence Regional Museum.
A woman who authorities say doused another woman with charcoal lighter fluid and then set her on fire has been charged in Independence County Circuit Court with first-degree battery.
Sep 12 2002 by Clyde McGinnis
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